Tango opera “Maria de Buenos Aires” is streaming live online tonight!


The tango opera I’m in, “Maria de Buenos Aires” is sold out tonight AGAIN but luckily it is streaming live! Just go to this link at 7:30pm tonight (Sunday March 17th) and you can see the show wherever you are! http://www.lepoissonrouge.com/streaming/

The opera is a “recommended” event in the NY Times for this week!

More information about the show:
“María de Buenos Aires”
Libretto by Horacio Ferrer
Where: (le) poisson rouge, 158 Bleeker Street, New York, NY
When: March 15 & 17, 2013 at 7:30pm
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Conductor: Jorge Parodi
Maria: Solange Merdinian
El Payador: Marcelo Guzzo
El Duende: Gerardo Gudino
Dancers: Daniel Fetecua, Sidney Grant, Gayle Madeira
Featured Musical Guests: Tali Roth (classical guitar), JP Jofre (bandoneon), Sami Merdinian (violin)
Director: Beth Greenberg
Choreographer: Daniel Fetecua
Costume Designer: Anka Lupes
Lighting Designer: Tess James
Projection Designer: Brett Banakis
Stage Manager: Desiree Alejandro
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You’ll lose all sense of boundaries as you experience María de Buenos Aires, the famous tango-opera by Astor Piazzolla. Who is this woman of the night that wanders the streets without fear or reason? Is she a mother, a child, or a ghost? Saint or harlot? She is María, the most common name, and the name of the Most Exalted. She will not be confined by categorizations, she absorbs all assumptions. Join Opera Hispánica as it turns (le) poisson rouge into sultry Buenos Aires for two nights of tango, seduction and mystery!

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